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Johns Hopkins Hospital Appoints First Female President

Johns Hopkins Hospital announced Thursday that it is appointing its first female president since the medical institution was founded 127 years ago.

Dr. Redonda Miller, a 20-year Johns Hopkins employee, will begin her new duties July 1. She replaces Ronald R. Peterson who held the position for 19 years and announced in January that he was stepping down from the job. Peterson will stay on at Hopkins in his other role leading Johns Hopkins Medicine, the umbrella alliance of the Hopkins health system and the Hopkins medical school. The new president will report to him.

Read the full article from The Baltimore Sun.

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